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Google Pixel 3 XL review: Winning the game by rewriting the rules

After spending nearly a week with the Pixel 3 XL, my three first impressions of Google’s newest handset haven’t changed: It’s the fastest Android phone I’ve ever used. The cameras are awesome. The notch is an eyesore. Thankfully, the first two qualities make up for the third. Mostly. If the Pixel 3 XL didn’t have such an ostentatious …

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Court Rules that LinkedIn Cannot Stop Third Party Data Scraping of Public Information

LinkedIn has lost a court appeal in which it sought to stop a third party company from accessing publicly posted user information. Source link

Marketing a Subscription Business—The 7 New Rules for Success

By Nkiru Asika We used to think of subscriptions as mostly for newspapers and magazines, but today you can subscribe to get makeup from Birchbox, mental health counseling from Talkspace, entrepreneurial wisdom from Mixergy, or even a coffee subscription from Burger King. Subscription-based companies have become increasingly competitive as more companies are introducing subscription-based models …

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Twitter’s New Rules Seek To Curb Hate Speech Targeting Religious Groups

Twitter announced a new set of rules Tuesday intended to curb dehumanizing language on the platform that specifically targets religious groups. Specifically, the company is expanding its definition of what qualifies as “hateful conduct” to include “language that dehumanizes others on the basis of religion.” For those unfamiliar with the level of discourse on the …

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Facebook strengthens rules for political ads ahead of 2020 election

Facebook Inc. will make its rules on political advertising stricter to prevent the spread of disinformation on the run-up to the 2020 U.S. elections, the company announced Wednesday. The social media giant was heavily criticized for allowing Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election and can’t afford to allow that to happen again this time …

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Facebook tightens rules amid 2020 US election fears

Image copyright Reuters Facebook has unveiled new political advertising rules ahead of next year’s US presidential election amid fears the platform will be exploited. Political advertisers will now have to verify their identity before being given a “confirmed organisation” label. It marks the latest in a series of attempts to address incidents where users placed …

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